NYT Disinformation on Venezuelan Regional Elections

Read more on this subject: Venezuela
Opinion Column by Stephen Lendman
NYT Disinformation on Venezuelan Regional Elections

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Since Hugo Chavez was first elected Venezuelan President on December 6, 1998, ushering in Bolivarian social democracy, The Times supported the fascist opposition.

A same day article explained Chavistas on Sunday won 17 out of 22 gubernatorial elections, a sweeping Bolivarian triumph with a 54% majority, opposition fascists getting only 45%.

Independent observers praised the process, calling it open, free and fair. Jimmy Carter earlier called it the world's best.

The Times highlighted fascist opposition forces disgracefully crying foul, accusing the National Electoral Council (CNE) of "confus(ing) voters or suppress(ing) the vote by relocating more than 200 voting sites in recent days and printing ballots that included the names of opposition candidates who had lost in the primaries," The Times claimed.

Fact: A tiny
Read More or Make a Comment

Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply